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« Reply #15 on: June 22, 2013, 09:11:36 PM »

Yeah, the colors are a little better though. I really like using the smaller tiles on the backslashes and areas where there are lots of outlets. That makes for les figuring to get around them. As far as the floors go... If its a large area, I like the 14" or larger stuff.

I've been down on the beach a lot lately picking up washed up pieces of glass. I'm hoping to gather enough of that to do another little project in there. Maybe a lazy Susan or something? We get a bunch of greens and blues, not sure where it comes from? Maybe Japanese buoys?
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